Five Pot Stocks On The ASX – AC8, CAN, CPH, MMJ and THC

  • Jan 16, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine
Five Pot Stocks On The ASX – AC8, CAN, CPH, MMJ and THC

The pot stocks still have the potential for growth and the legal marijuana industry is expected to increase in 2019. While on one hand pot stocks have not performed up to the expectations set in the last year and the stock prices have gone down after a surge in local pot stocks on the new year beginning in 2018. On the other side, Mark Bernberg an investment strategist has launched the first cannabis investment consultancy in Australia, which according to him is a Green Fund.

According to research, the sales of medical Cannabis are expected to reach $75 billion by 2030. And investors could make huge gains in this space. However, some analysts have different view on the green rush and state that the cannabis industry is a small area which became a talking point for some time and is now fading away. Especially after the legalization of the same in Canada, the focus shifted from Australia.

As the relaxation continues in the Americas, the popular view is that it is the right time to invest in Cannabis stocks. Other than Australia few others in Asia Pacific region like South Korea and Thailand have also followed the same path of legalizing medical cannabis. Few of the stocks in this industry in Australia are as follows.

Auscann Group Holdings Ltd (ASX: AC8) – The stock price went up by approx. 2.013% to trade at $0.760. The company recently gives an update on the Company’s CEO transition. The returns in 1 year have been of concern with -58.61% plunge on the ASX.

Cann Group Limited (ASX: CAN) – The stock price has gone up by 1.914% to trade at $2.130. The returns in 1 year have been of concern with -39.42% plunge on the ASX.

Creso Pharma Limited (ASX: CPH) – The stock price has gone down by 2.778% to trade at $0.525. The returns in 1 year have been of concern with -49.53% plunge on the ASX. On building a comprehensive cannabis business in New Zealand, the company has signed a Letter of Intent with Medleaf Ltd.

MMJ Group Holdings Limited (ASX: MMJ) – The stock price has gone down by -5.455% to trade at $0.260. The returns in 1 year have been of concern with -44.44% plunge on the ASX. The company recently confirms that its unaudited NTA per share was 22.48 cents (pre-tax) and 21.16 cents (post-tax) as at December 31, 2018.

THC Global Group Limited (ASX: THC) – The stock price has gone up by 2% to trade at $0.510. The returns in 1 year have been of concern with -45.05% plunge on the ASX.



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